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#231517 Biografie

William Pitt.

Editore: Librairie Arthème Fayard.
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Dettagli: cm.12x18,7, pp.352, brossura ( mende al dorso; fioriture alla cop. e in qualche carta del testo.) Collection "Les Grandes Etudes Historiques".

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